Friday, January 31, 2014

Chief of Party

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Implements project strategy and activities to achieve agreed upon milestones on time and in accordance with project budget;
  • Directly supervises long-term project staff and short-term technical consultants to ensure coordination and optimize project results;
  • Serves as the main point of contact between all key project stakeholders, including but not limited to USAID, Crown Agents USA, Government of Tanzania (GoT) partner institutions, and relevant project subcontractor representatives;
  • Represents project and Crown Agents USA during international development community outreach events and interacts professionally with senior USAID Mission and GoT officials; and
  • Ensures effective and efficient performance contract implementation through oversight of  financial management, such as budgeting, cost containment, and transparent accounting and reporting practices; activity planning and reporting, comprising monthly, quarterly, and annual work plan development; staff allocation and management, including troubleshooting and resolving personnel and/or other human resource management issues; and proper management of key stakeholder expectations.

Desired Skills and Experience

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in international development is required, including experience in the design, management, and evaluation of multi-million dollar development projects. Experience working with USAID projects strongly preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Chief of Party or Director-level role in the field, demonstrating professional interaction with senior U.S. and foreign government officials.
  • Prior experience in supervising both junior and senior-level expatriate and local staff is required.
  • A graduate degree in management, international development or a related field is required. Technical expertise in health, democracy & governance, education, economic growth, agriculture, or natural resources is preferred.
  • Fluency in English is required. Fluency in Kiswahili is preferred.
Application Process
To apply to this position, please email your CV to careers@crownagents.com.  Include your name, along with the title of the position you are applying for, in the subject line. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF ZANZIBAR JOBS FEB 2014

THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF ZANZIBAR(SUZA)
JOB OPPORTUNITIES
The State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) is the only public university in Zanzibar established by Act No. 8 of the House of Representatives of 1999. Since its inception in 2002 it has been expanding in academic programmes as well as student enrolment. Its vision is to be the most preferred University in the Eastern Africa.
SUZA invites applications from suitably qualified and competent Tanzanians to be considered to fill the following vacant posts:
1. Assistant Lecturer of Social work (one post)
2. Assistant Lecturer of Archaeology and Heritage (one post)
3. Assistant Lecturer of Tourism (one post)
4. Assistant Lecturer of Portuguese (one post)
5. Assistant Dean of Students (one post)
6. Office Superintendent (one post)
7. Loan Desk Officer (one post)
8. Office Management Secretary (one post) Re-advertised
9. Security Guard (Seven posts)
10. Office Attendant III (one post)

1. Assistant Lecturers for Social Work/Archaeology and Heritage/Tourism/ Portuguese
Qualifications
i. Holders of Masters Degree in relevant areas of study with a GPA of not less than 3.5 OR Equivalent at undergraduate level. Prior experience in University level teaching is an added advantage.
ii. Must be able to communicate in English fluently
iii. Basic skills in Microsoft office application
Duties and Responsibilities
a) To undertake all relevant academic roles (teaching, assessment, provide academic support, improving existing course and develop new course and other relevant issues, research and consultancy services to the public at large.
b) Other University duties and responsibilities as may be assigned to him/her by senior officials.
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2. Assistant Dean of Students (one post)
Qualifications
i) Holders Masters Degree in Education majoring in Guidance and Counseling/Social work.
ii) Working experience not less than 3 years
iii) Must be able to communicate in English fluently
iv) Basic skills in Microsoft office application
Duties and Responsibilities
a) Plans and directs the operation of the students’ welfare unit.
b) Secretary of the Students’ welfare Committee meeting.
c) Supervises general elections of students’ government.
d) Organizes orientation programme for new students’ leaders.
e) Develops strategies for anticipating, controlling and managing students’ conflicts.
f) Performs any other duties as delegated to him/her by his or her seniors.
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3. Office Superintendent (one post)
Qualifications
i) Holders of Diploma of Human Resources Management/Diploma of Public Administration.
ii) Working experience of not less than 3 years.
iii) Must be able to communicate in English fluently.
iv) Basic skills in Microsoft office application.
Duties and Responsibilities
a) Ensures the smooth running of the University affairs through the availability of the office space, equipment and other cleanliness tools and to ensure that they are in good condition for everyday uses.
b) Arranges office accommodation and be responsible for acquisition and supply of office equipment and stationery.
c) Ensures availability and proper use of office equipment and resources.
d) Keeps records accurately, allocates work fairly and supervises the working of junior employees.
e) Prepares the university transportation guideline and maintains its implementation.
f) Performs any other duties as delegated to him/her by his/her seniors.
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4. Loan Desk Officer (one post)
Qualifications
i) Holders of Bachelor Degree in Accounting/Finance/Economic/Business Administration/Entrepreneurship OR Equivalent.
ii) Working experience of not less than 3 years in Academic or Financial Institutions.
iii) Must be able to communicate in English fluently.
iv) Basic skills in Microsoft office application/Excel.
Duties and Responsibilities
a) To deal with all loan issues for students.
b) To receive and keep a database of students approved to receive loan from Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (HESLB)/Zanzibar Higher Education Students’ Loans Board (ZHESLB) or any related Institutions and use the information to raise claims and invoices as various installment fall due.
c) To validate actual existence of students contained in pay- sheets sent to Higher Education Institutions by HESLB/ZHESLB or any related Institutions, before such student are paid.
d) To Passover validated pay- sheet to Accountant of their institution for onward paying only the eligible students contained in such pay-sheet.
e) To keep record of loans for students.
f) To handle and follow up loan argument for student in relevant institutions.
g) Performs any other duties as delegated to him/her by his/her seniors.
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5. Office Management Secretary (one post) – Re-advertised
Qualifications
i. Holders of Diploma in secretarial studies OR Equivalent qualification from recognize institutions.
ii. Applicant must be fluent in Swahili and English languages, Knowledge of other language will be an added advantage.
iii. Applicant must have working experience of not less than 3 years with high level of discipline.
iv. Applicant must be computer literate.
v. Capability of handling heavy load.
vi. The job demands an ability to work overtime.
Duties and Responsibilities
a) To type all general correspondences including confidential matters.
b) To receive visitors and direct them to respect officers.
c) To file minutes, correspondences and other documents.
d) To maintain diary of appointment for other officers he/she works with.
e) To ensure availability of adequate office supplies and other services.
f) To carry out minor administrative duties.
g) Performs any other duties as delegated to him/her by his/her supervisors.
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6. Security Guard (Seven posts)
Qualifications
i) Holders of Form IV with national service training as an added advantage.
OR Retired armed forces members who are below 50 years.
ii) Applicant must have a police clearance form and an identification letter from Sheha of their residential areas.
Duties and Responsibilities
a) Report occurrences of actual and potential security incidences in his/her area of work to his/her supervisor.
b) Take preventive measures against possible theft and insecurity.
c) Perform any other duties as delegated to him/her by his /her supervisors.
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7. Office Attendant III (one post)
Qualifications
i) Holders of Form IV Certificate or equivalent.
Duties and Responsibilities
a) After receiving appropriate orientation, an Attendant will be assigned duties of cleanliness, order and serving as per specific requirement of the area of deployment.
b) Ensures safety and security of office facilities at his/her control.
c) Ensures safety and health of office users.
d) Assists in the organization of the University meeting.
e) Serves the senior staff and University meeting.
f) Assists the registry in the work of controlling and tracing the internal file.
g) Performs any other activities assigned by his/her seniors.
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Mode of Application
o Applicants must attach copies of relevant certificates, an update current curriculum vitae, letter of recommendation from three (3) outstanding academic/work referee and where applicable, the police clearance form and identification letter from Sheha of his residential area and indicate reliable contact address e.g. telephone number, Telefax, e-mail etc.
o Applicants under Public service employment MUST forward their application letters through their respective employers.
o Online applications with scanned credentials in PDF are acceptable
o Candidates should apply on the strength of the information given in this advertisement, applications failing to meet the above conditions will not be considered.
o All applications should be addressed to the Vice Chancellor, State University of Zanzibar P. O. Box 146, Zanzibar and reach him not later than Wednesday 19th February, 2014.
For Further information, please contact the department of Human Resource Department of the State University of Zanzibar or visit website www.suza.ac.tz
Our contact addresses
E-mail vc@suza.ac.tz OR hrd@suza.ac.tz
P. O. Box 146
Tel: +255-24-2230724
Fax: 255-24-2233337
Zanzibar – Tanzania
Source:Dailynews 30th 2014

TPDC CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FEB 2014

TANZANIA PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) is a National Oil Company
dealing with oil and gas exploration, development and production. The company is
based in Dar- Es –Salaam.

The Corporation has open vacancies for professional Tanzanians in the following
disciplines:-

1.0 PLANT MANAGER-(Gas Processing) (Two Posts)-Mtwara

1.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Oversee facility safety, plant operational reliability, implementing productivity
improvements, budget management and customer, regulatory, and community
interface
 Plans, sets and monitors plant processing parameters in accordance with planned
plant capacity objectives and product specifications.
 Forecasts, develops and manages the Process Department's operating budget.
 Ensures compliance with safety, health and environmental standards and the
company's Process Safety Management Program.
 Manages and monitors overall plant process performance in collaboration with
Engineers and Supervisors
 Supervise and Manage Preparation and presentation of operational and statistical
reports on plant processing activities and prepares and disseminates reports for
external parties in accordance with contractual obligations.
 Approves work orders, cost estimates and technical specifications for special
projects.
 Engineering support of plant condition based maintenance program, including
interpretation of results, additional testing, and technology application.
 Respond to emergency callouts to assist in plant operation and troubleshooting.
 Prepare routine performance and inspection reports
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned.

1.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of Degree in Engineering and Master’s degree in natural gas
engineering/chemical and process engineering/Mechanical or natural gas
technology.
Must have a Minimum experience of not less than 11years, 3 of which at senior
level.
1.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Ability to train and supervise gas plant operators, engineers and others in the
operation and maintenance of the gas plant and related systems.
 Computer skills, including working knowledge of Microsoft Office or similar
software suite
 Proficient PC/software skills, the ability to read and understand process flow
diagrams and P&IDs, knowledge of compression and separation, fluid flow,
piping design, distributive control systems (DCS), SCADA design and process
control basics.
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
 Knowledge of Engineering detail
 Project management skills
 Leadership and Supervision skills
 Must be able to work 12 hour shifts
1.4 AGE LIMIT:
Not more than 45 years.

1.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS 5

2.0 PROCESS ENGINEER (PLANT SUPERITENDENT/ENGINEER II) (Four Posts)
- Mtwara

Responsible for overall supervision of day-to-day operations of facilities
including gas conditioning, gas treating, gas processing, compression, gas flow
lines, Control room, laboratory, cryogenic equipment etc.

2.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Supervise optimization of gas gathering, conditioning, treating and gas
processing operations.
 Responsible for process simulation modelling, equipment specification,
equipment design, process optimization, cost estimating, P&ID review, process
safety management and interfacing with commercial personnel and business
development support roles.
 Analyze plant performance and work with the operations team to ensure the
plant operates optimally.
 Evaluate production, distribution, maintenance operations efficiency/costeffectiveness
through scorecards data reporting
 Evaluate major plant repair, upgrade, or improvement options, conduct cost
benefit analyses. Develop implementation plans, materials, tooling, and
procedures for selected solutions. Coordinate daily operations, maintenance,
and repair, including daily logs, preventive maintenance tasks, and reporting
requirements.
 Coordinate equipment inspection, maintenance tasks, troubleshooting and
diagnoses of plant equipment and systems.
 Coordinate, schedule and participate with subcontractors, equipment service
work, inspections and maintenance activities as required.
 Technical representative in Process Safety Management, and Process Hazard
Analysis

2.3 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of Degree in Chemical and Process Engineering or Mechanical Engineer
or Natural Gas Engineering or Natural gas technology with 1st class or upper
second class or Equivalent qualifications.
Master’s degree in natural gas engineering or natural gas technology or other
master’s related to natural gas will be added advantage.
Must have a Minimum of five years of experience in natural gas industry or
manufacturing and processing industries eg. Sugar, cement, breweries,
beverages etc.

2.4 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills, including working knowledge of Microsoft Office or similar
software suite
 Proficient PC/software skills, the ability to read and understand process flow
diagrams and P&IDs, knowledge of compression and separation, fluid flow,
piping design, distributive control systems (DCS), SCADA design and process
control basics.
 Must be able to work 12 hour shifts
 Must possess and demonstrate high level of integrity
 Excellent verbal and written communication skills
 Site management skills
 Supervision skills
2.5 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years
2.6 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS 3

3.0 HEALTH SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER II (Seven Posts)-
One- Dar es Salaam/Six-Mtwara

Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Officer will lead and manage the
Company’s Natural Gas Processing Plant/Pipeline HSE)commitments in
support of Corporation’s business objectives. He / She will provide
appropriate advice and communications on HSE issues at all levels of the
plant/pipeline and manage the HSE resources and processes and ensure
compliance of HSE practice with corporate, contractual and regulatory
requirements.
3.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist on the development and maintenance of HSE systems (HSE manuals,
policies and procedures) in the processing plant/ gas pipeline.
 Ensure that Local Policy Statements/Fire Plans and Fire Risk Assessments are
produced and quality is assured
 Ensure the HSE standards are observed, train personnel on the standards to be
observed and create internal HSE awareness campaigns
 Conduct in-depth statistical analyses of HSE aspects and propose appropriate
solutions in accordance with applicable legislation and corporate policies
 Monitor HSE system closely, identify non-compliance, ensuring corrective
action are taken place on time
 Implement strategies to prevent accidents and injuries on the plant and he/she
shall be the main contact for inspection services.
 Conduct or coordinate regular workplace safety audits and ensure that any
remedial recommendations are implemented.
 Maintain accident statistics, analyze trends and propose and take remedial
action where necessary.
 Investigate or arrange for all accidents and near-misses be investigated,
prepare report of findings, including recommendations to prevent recurrence
and implement approved course of action.
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned.
3.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of Degree in Health & Safety, Environmental Engineering with 1st class
or upper 2nd class or equivalent qualification from recognize university.in an.
Minimum of 3 years working as HSSE officer in gas industry or manufacturing
and processing industries eg. Sugar, cement, breweries, beverages, textile or
any related industry.
Working experience, with master’s degree in the relevant field will be an added
advantage.
3.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Ability to work independently and as part of a team with a positive attitude and
team based interpersonal
 Must be able to work 12 hour shifts
 Must possess and demonstrate high level of integrity
 Computer literacy is essential;
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
 Knowledge of safety and security skills
 Site management skills
 Supervision skills
3.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years.
3.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS 1.
 Assist in preparation of supplementary budget request
4.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATION
Holder of B.Sc. degree in Economics or equivalent qualification from
recognized institution with 1st Class or Upper 2nd Class. OR
Master’s degree in Economics
A working experience in the related field will be an added advantage.
4.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential

4.0 PLANNING OFFICER II (Three Posts)

4.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in the appraisal of projects and other investment
opportunities
 Assists in the drawing up of short and long term corporate
plans.
 Liaises with subsidiary oil and gas companies in the preparation and submission of
development plans.
 In collaboration with the Directorate of Finance and
Administration arranges for funding of development projects.
 Prepares for supplementary budget requests.
 Prepares annual recurrent, development and investment
budgets.
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
4.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years
4.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC-PS 1.

5.0 MARKETING OFFICER II (Two posts)

5.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepares documentation for purchases of oil products for COPEC.
 Collects, summarizes and submits sales data for gas and oil for COPEC.
 Maintains records of oil and gas sales made by COPEC
 Summarizes sales data received from PSA joint venture operations.
 Prepares and or checks independently, the statements submitted by PSA
partners in accordance with Annex D of the PSA’s.
 Compiles indicative local oil prices for advice to the Ministry dealing with
petroleum and works closely with the regulatory agency.
 Follow-up and compiles sales and petroleum imports made by oil companies
for onward submission to the Ministry dealing with petroleum as may be
directed.
 Carries out any other related duties as may be assigned by superiors from time
to time.
5.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATION
Holder of a Bachelor Degree in Marketing with 1st class or upper 2nd class from
recognize institute.
A working experience in the related field will be an added advantage.
5.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
5.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years
5.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC-PS 1

6.0 RESEARCH OFFICER II- (Sixty one -Posts) Mtwara
(a) Chemical and Process Engineer (Four Posts)
(b) Dehydration/dew point Engineer (Six Posts)
(c) Methanol Recovery Injection and Condensate Stabilization Operator II (Six
Posts)
(d) Mechanical Engineer (Five Posts)
(e) Shift Supervisor Engineer (Six Posts)
(f) Electrical Engineer (Twenty Six Posts)
(g) Gas Metering and Measurement and Measurement Officer (Two Posts)
(h) Cathodic Protection Engineer Grade II (Two Posts)
(i) Pipeline Operations Engineer Grade II (Four Posts)

6.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Collects and analyses technical data as input in project
configuration.
 Carries out basic research.
 Carries out conceptual design of plants, equipment pipelines etc.
 Carries o u t r e s e a r c h t o d e t e r m i n e t h e m o s t e f f i c i e n t w a y o f
chemical processes related to oil and gas utilization and
processing.
 In collaboration with consultants formulates and prepares
preliminary and detailed designs.
 In collaboration with other engineers follows up the execution of process
capital projects.
 Carries any other related duties as assigned by superior.
6.2 PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
 Holder of a degree in Chemical & Process/Mechanical Engineering or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution with 1st or upper 2nd
class degree. OR
 Master’s degree in Oil & Gas Engineering.
 A working experience in the related field will be an added
advantage.
6.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer literacy is essential;
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
6.4 AGE LIMIT:
Not more than 45 years
6.5 REMUNERATION
According to the TPDC Scheme of Service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS-
1

7.0 INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEER II (Eight Posts) Mtwara

7.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Designing and developing the new pipeline control systems
 Testing, maintaining and modifying the existing systems
 Monitor the performance of electrical, instrument, automation and
communication systems
 Ensures that the electrical and instruments electronic systems meet
statutory and regulatory requirements
 Carries out manual and computer analysis for all pipeline electronic
equipment
 Reviews and comments on supplier information and assist with inspection
and testing
 Provide technical support and guidance to offshore and onshore pipeline
teams during operation
 Understand and ensure compliance with health and safety regulations and
quality standards as per the company QA/QC programs manual
 Ensure accuracy completeness quality of technical information and design
documentations
 Provide inputs for any engineering drawings for instrumentation.
7.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
 BSc. in Instrumentation Engineering or related field with 1st class or upper 2nd
class. Working experience on natural gas pipelines operations and SCADA
system, with master’s degree in the relevant field will be an added advantage.
7.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer proficiency: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Project
Management,
 Electrical instrumentation skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
7.4 AGE LIMIT:
Not more than 45 years
7.5 REMUNERATION
According to the TPDC Scheme of Service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS

8.0 MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN (Eighteen Posts) Mtwara

8.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all mechanical equipments.
 Operate drill press, grinders, engine lathe, or other machines to modify
parts tested or to fabricate experimental parts for testing
Prepare parts sketches and write work orders and purchase requests to
be furnished by contractors.
 Draft detail drawing or sketch for drafting room completion or to request
parts fabrication by machine, sheet or woodshops.
 Review project instructions and blueprints to ascertain test specifications,
procedures, and objectives, and test nature of technical problems, such as
redesign.
 Review project instructions and specifications to identify, modify and plan
requirements fabrication, assembly and testing.
 Formulates, fabricate, and assemble new or modified mechanical
components for products, such as industrial machinery or equipment, and
measuring instruments.
 Set up and conduct tests of complete units and components under
operational conditions to investigate proposals for improving equipment
performance.
 Analyze test results in relation to design or rated specifications and test
objectives, and modify or adjust equipment to meet specifications.
 Evaluate tool drawing designs by measuring drawing dimensions and
comparing with original specifications for form and function, using
engineering skills.
 Ensures safe custody of materials, tools and equipments and that the
preventive maintenance programs are designed
 Participate on the daily operations on the projects.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by the superior
8.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
 Holder of a Diploma certificate or Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in
Mechanical, diesel or hydraulics technology or equivalent qualification from
a recognized technical Institution

8.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Knowledge of technical and safety procedures
 Knowledge of computer drawings
 Site management skills
 Supervision skills
 Should be able to work independently and fast learner
 Able to work under pressure & in varying conditions
 Knowledge of Mathematics
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
8.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 40 years.
8.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- GS 1

9.0 ELECTRICAL/ INSTRUMENTAL TECHNICIAN (Sixteen Posts) Mtwara
9.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Align, fit, and assemble component parts, using hand tools, power tools,
fixtures, templates, and microscopes.
 Analyze and record test results, and prepare written testing
documentation.
Inspect parts for surface defects and install electrical and electronic
parts and hardware in housings or assemblies, using soldering equipment
and hand tools.
 Read blueprints, schematics, diagrams, and technical orders to determine
methods and sequences of assembly.
 Repair, rework, and calibrate hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies and
systems to meet operational specifications and tolerances.
 Test performance of electromechanical assemblies, using test
instruments such as oscilloscopes, electronic voltmeters, and bridge
 Test equipment, using test devices attached to generator, voltage
regulator, or other electrical parts, such as generators or spark plugs.
 Installing equipment, machines, wiring, or programs to meet
specifications and conducts tests and inspections of products, services,
or processes to evaluate quality or performance.
 Ensures safe custody of materials, tools and equipments.
 Ensure that preventive maintenance programs are designed and
observed
 Participate on the daily operations on the projects.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by the
superiors.
9.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of a Diploma certificate, or Full Technician Certificate (TFC) in
E l e c t r o n i c s o r e q u i v a l e n t q u a l i f i c a t i o n r e c o g n i z e d
t e c h n i c a l institution

9.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Knowledge of electro safety procedures
 An expert in troubleshooting
 Knowledge of Mathematics and science
 Knowledge of Computer & Electronic equipments
 Fast learner and should be able to work independently
 Able to work under pressure & in varying conditions
 Information ordering
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
9.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 40 years.
9.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- GS 1

10.0 WATER TECHNICIAN - (Four Posts)-Mtwara

A water technician maintains and operates water and wastewater systems,
operates construction equipment, heavy machinery and
repairing a n d m a i n t a i n i n g f a c i l i t i e s and equipment in a safe,
effective, and efficient manner. He is usually in charge of the equipment
maintenance at the plant. The job entails using various tools, computerized
systems and gauges to test the water for contaminants and inconsistencies.
10.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Installs water lines and sewer lines, disconnects service lines, installs
and removes fire hydrants, installs and repairs valves.
 Maps and diagrams water locations, logs jobs completed.
 Patches streets, digs holes and pours cement, lays pipe, cuts weed, builds
fences and participates in mad removal activities.
 Assists to haul sand, road base, gravel, trench spoils and general
debris to and from locations within and without the city limits.
 Performs routine maintenance and emergency repairs; reports
mechanical problems to supervisor or lead worker.
 Installs sprinkling systems, repairs plumbing in restrooms, drinking
pipes, and leaky valves
 Assists in general water meter maintenance activities such as
installation, removal, and repair
 Performs semi-skilled and skilled maintenance work.
 Use the required procedures to test water and give excellent
attention to every detail of the findings
 Adjusts chemical levels and remove harmful bacteria and organisms
to make the water drinkable and visually appealing.
 Installation and monitoring of water equipments
 Ensures safe custody of materials, tools and equipments.
 Ensure that preventive maintenance programs are designed and
observed
 Participate on the daily operations on the projects.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by the
superiors.

10.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of a Diploma certificate, or Full Technician Certificate (FTC) in
Water treatment/ Water quality/Water plant maintenance technology, or
equivalent qualification recognized technical institution.
Job experience related to water treatment or plant maintenance will be an
added advantage
10.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Ability to read and interpret gauges and other measuring devices is required
 Ability to use chemicals and other additives to test water samples
and make adjustments
 Good listening skills
 Ability to taste and smell
 Knowledge of safety procedures
 An expert in troubleshooting
 Knowledge of Computer & water gauges equipments
 Fast learner and able to work independently
 Able to work under pressure & in varying conditions
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
10.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
10.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- GS 1

11.0 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II (Four Posts) Mtwara

11.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Ensures safe custody of laboratory equipment and supplies.
 Prepares samples and equipment for use by Palynologists,
Geochemists and Micropalaeontologists staff.
 Assists in sample collection, packing and labeling.
 Ensures that laboratory safety standards are strictly adhered to.
 Organizes samples storage in secure places in collaboration with Geoservices
company staff and catalogues the samples.
 Maintains and reports on stock levels of supplies.
 Perform preliminary analysis of samples towards age determinations
using flora and fauna.
 Participates in field trips for geological work.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior from
time to time

11.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENT
Holder of a Diploma in Laboratory Technology from a recognized
institution followed by at least 2 years post-qualification experience.
11.3 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
11.4 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- GS 1

12. SCADA ENGINEER II (Two posts)-Mtwara/ Songosongo

12.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Evaluate, design and implement Works Automation and SCADA systems
ensuring the highest level of reliability to ensure delivery of continuing
business benefits,
 Ensure the measured quantities and allocated volumes are accurate and
comply with company standards; and to train and check the work of other
department personnel,
 Coordinates internal and external data interfaces,
 Carry out engineering designs for natural gas piping works
SCADA/automation systems and support/direct configuration and staff in
building the databases and displays.
 Conduct factory acceptance tests of works SCADA/automation systems to
ensure compliance with system specification before delivery.
 Supervise the installation of pipeline works SCADA/automation systems
ensuring full compliance with standards and best practice.
 Commission pipeline works SCADA/automation systems ensuring full
compliance with the system specification and engineering best practice.
 Liaise with Pipeline Engineers and site contractors to ensure system
commissioning integrates with main scheme commissioning programmes
and cause no impact on those programmes.
 Train pipeline and site operators in the use of works SCADA systems and
ensure site specific manuals and documentation is available before
handover.
 Compile site engineering documentation which enables Operational
engineering maintenance staff to carry out first line support of the works
SCADA/automation systems and train those engineers and technicians
who are to perform this function.
 Assist Operational staff with the resolution of complex problems.

 Any other related duties as assigned by superior
12.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
The candidate must be a holder of B.Sc. Degree in electrical/Information
Technology engineering, process automation with 1st class or upper 2nd class or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution.
A holder of a Master’s degree in the relevant field will be an added advantage.
A working experience in a relevant field will also be an added advantage
12.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 IT Engineering;
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
 Knowledge of Engineering detail, process automation
 Site management skills
 Supervision skills
 Knowledge in instrumentation
12.4 Age limit
Not more than 45 years.
12.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of
TPDC- RS 1

13.0 FITTER/WELDER (Three Posts)-Mtwara/SongoSongo

13.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Create sketches in order to develop installation designs or to support
verbal instructions for pipe installations; which shows the position of gas
pipes and other utility lines to avoid during excavation.
 Create servicing and installation checklists to be completed on a job and
keep records of equipment operations and maintenance.
 Create equipment operation sheets such as start-up sheets and order of
operations sheets to provide other workers with easy access to equipment
information and details of equipment modifications. They combine
information from a variety of sources such as equipment readings and
settings, troubleshooting guides, manufacturing specifications and
installation diagrams.
 Create equipment installation drawings include electrical schematics,
equipment assembly drawings, floor plan drawings, and installation
flowcharts.
 Carrying out planned maintenance checks on systems and equipment
 Testing controls and safety devices to make sure that they are working
properly
 finding and repairing gas leaks using computerised fault-finding equipment
 Replacing or repairing faulty or old parts
 ordering new parts when necessary
 Keeping records of work you have carried out
 Giving customers advice about gas safety and energy efficiency.
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned by superiors.
13.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
The candidate must be a holder of a Diploma Certificate, or Full Technician
Certificate (FTC) in electrical,Mechanical or its equivalent qualification from a
recognized Technical Institution followed by at least 2 years post-qualification
experience in a reputable organisation.
Working experience in the oil and petrol industry will be an added advantage.
13.4 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Ability to inspect parts for surface defects and install electrical and
electronic parts and hardware in housings or assemblies, using soldering
equipment and hand tools
 Ability to repair, rework, and calibrate hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies
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and systems to meet operational specifications and tolerances.
 Good listening skills
 Ability to taste and smell
 Knowledge of safety procedures
 An expert in troubleshooting
13.5 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
13.6 REMUNERATION:
 According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of
TPDC- GS 1

14.0 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER II (Two Posts-Mtwara)

Administers provisions, maintenance of efficient office services and facilities
throughout the Corporation.
14.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Provides and maintains adequate and efficient office services.
 Assists in the formulation, i m p l e m e n t a t i o n a n d
evaluation of administrative procedures and systems.
 Identifies required office supplies, equipment and services to be
purchased.
 Controls use of office supplies and services.
 Keeps proper records of requisition and movement of fixed assets.
 Recommends office organization, accommodation and layout for
efficient administration.
 Ensures smooth provision of security utilities, e.g. water, electricity,
telephone etc.
 Ensures that a good public image of the Corporation is maintained
through provision of a courteous receptionist, telephone service
and maintenance of clean and tidy public surroundings of the
Corporation.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior from
time to time.
14.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a degree in Public Administration from a recognized
institution with 1st or upper 2nd class
Master’s degree in the relevant field, and
A working experience in related field will be an added advantage.
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14.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
 Knowledge of computer applications
14.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
14.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 1.

15.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER II- (Four Posts-Mtwara)

Administers community developments and social work activities
throughout the Corporation.
15.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepare community development plans
 Participate in community and social development activities
 Identifying community skills, assets, issues and needs
 Developing new resources in dialogue with the community and evaluating
existing programs
 Building links with other groups and agencies
 Helping to raise public awareness on issues relevant to the community
 Participate in Corporate Social Responsibility
 Liasing with with interested groups and individuals to set up new services
 Undertaking general administrative duties
 Perform any other duties as may be assigned by superiors.
15.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a degree in Sociology, Social work and Community Development
from a recognized institution with 1st class or upper 2nd class. OR
Master’s degree in the relevant field, and working experience in related field
will be an added advantage.
15.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
 Knowledge of computer applications

15.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
15.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 1.
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16.0 STORES OFFICER II (Seven Posts)-One Dar/ Six Mtwara/SongoSongo

16.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepare appropriate stores ledgers.
 Carries out perpetual inventory system.
 Carries regularly physical verification of stores
 Arranges for appropriate storage space for various items.
 Maintains stores bin cards.
 Ensures stores functions are properly carried out at minimal cost to the
Corporation.
 Up-dates fixed assets register and residential inventory cards.
 Ensures that adequate stocks are held at the least cost.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior from
time to time.
16.2 DESIRED QUALIFICATION
Holder of a degree / Advanced Diploma in Materials Management with 1st class
or upper 2nd class or equivalent qualification from recognized institution.
16.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
 Knowledge of computer applications

16.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years.
16.5 SALARY SCALE: TPDC - PS 1

17.0 PROCUREMENT OFFICER II/LOGISTIC OFFICER II (Six Posts)-Mtwara

17.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Receives and reviews indents from other departments.
 Maintains list of suppliers and Contractors
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 Follows-up on purchases of goods and services to ensure their delivery is in
accordance with the terms of the contracts.
 Maintains proper records and reports pertaining purchases.
 Raises purchase orders when relevant approval has been granted.
 Verify quality and specifications as per order.
 Processes documentation for release and forwarding of goods to various
places.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superiors.
17.2 DESIRED QUALIFICATION
Holder of a Degree in Procurement Management with 1st or upper second class or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution.
17.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
 Knowledge of computer applications

17.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years
17.5 SALARY SCALE: TPDC - PS 1

18.0 SENIOR RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER II (Two Posts)

18.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assist in managing the process of identifying and assessing risks affecting the
corporation’s business.
 Monitors the Corporation’s risk management plans and programs.
 Assist in building risk awareness culture within the Corporation, including
provision of appropriate education
 Prepares periodic reports on risk management.
 Participates in the process of developing risk management policies and
procedures.
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 Identifies risk limits for specific tasks and submit the same for review to
his/her superiors.
 Supervises Risk Management Officer I
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superiors
 Holder of a degree in risk management or equivalent qualification from a
recognized institution followed by at least 6 years of experience in relevant
field.
18.2 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Degree in Risk Management or equivalent qualification from a
recognized institution with at least six years of experience in relevant field with
1st or 2nd Upper degree class
18.3DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
 Knowledge of computer applications
18.4 AGE LIMIT
 Not more than 45 years
18.5 SALARY SCALE: TPDC - PS 3

19.0 RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER II (Two Posts)

19.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists to initiate, identify and recommends for policy formulation on risk
management.
 Suggests methods of risks identification in the corporation.
 Assist in preparations of periodic reports on risk management, internally and
externally.
 Assists in Developing risk response processes, including contingency and
business continuity programs.
 Records identifiable risks from different department
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by the superiors.
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19.2 DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Degree in Risk Management with 1st class or upper second or
equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution.
19.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
 Knowledge of computer applications
19.4 AGE LIMIT:
 Not more than 35 years
19.5 SALARY SCALE: TPDC - PS 1

20.0 SENIOR LEGAL OFFICER II (Two Posts)

20.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Prepares draft contracts for services to be offered or procured by the
Corporation.
 Attends to all Corporations’ lawsuits.
 Acts as Secretary to the Corporation’s Committees.
 Seeks legal opinion from Attorney General’s Chambers and Law firms.
 Ensures Corporation’s property is adequately insured.
 Supervises Legal Officer I
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned to him by superior from time to
time.
20.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of an LLB degree from a recognized University with 1st or upper second
class followed by not less than 6 years’ experience in the legal profession from
a reputable organization. Must be an Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania.
20.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skill
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
20.4 AGE LIMIT:
Not more than 45 years
20.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 3

21.0 LEGAL OFFICER II (Five Posts)

21.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Drafts legal documents and minutes
 Maintains and keeps pension schemes and insurance policies
records pertaining to the Corporation and its employees,
 Maintains a legal library consisting of documents generated at the
Corporation and those bought or brought in from other sources,
including reference books, legislations, journals, etc,
 Follows up cases in courts of law.
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned to by superiors from
time to time.
21.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder o f a n L L B d e g r e e o r e q u i v a l e n t q u a l i f i c a t i o n
f r o m a recognized Institution with 1st Class or Upper 2nd class.
LLM degree and working experience in the related field will be an
added advantage
21.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skill
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
21.4 AGE LIMIT:
Not m o r e t h a n 35 years
21.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 1

22. INTERNAL AUDITOR II - (Twelve Posts)

(a)Financial Accounting (Eight Posts)
(b)Procurement & Engineering (One post)
(c) Petroleum Geosciences/Mechanical Engineering (Three Posts)

22.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Conducts preliminary examinations of contract activities in
relation to petroleum exploration and production.
 Carries out field work of special assignments and
investigations.
 Examines and reviews audit trails of postings.
 Conducts surprise checks of cash and stores.
 Conducts preliminary examinations of contract activities in
relation to Production Sharing agreements.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior
from time to time.
22.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of a degree/Advanced Diploma in Accountancy/Procurement &
Engineering/ Geosciences or equivalent qualification from a recognized
Institution with 1st class or Upper 2nd Class.
Holder of CPA/ACCA/CIA Master’s degree in related field (Oil & Gas
Accounting) and working experience will be an added advantage.
22.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Knowledge of International Accounting and Auditing
standards preferably in the Petroleum Exploration & production
sector.
 Financial / Accounting Computer skills,
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili,
22.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years
22.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 1.
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23.0 DRIVER II (Eleven Posts)-Three Dar/ Eight Mtwara

23.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Drives all types of TPDC vehicles and maintains them.
 Reports accidents or other incidents to relevant authorities in accordance with
laid down procedures.
 Ensures maximum security of all passengers and property while driving
including mechanical conditions of vehicles.
 Maintains a proper logbook for movement of vehicle he is driving.
 May be called upon to make minor repairs and reports on those needing major
repairs.
 From time to time checks mechanical fitness and road / traffic regulations.
 Collects incoming and outgoing mail /documents under close supervision.
 Performs any other related duties assigned by competent and relevant
authority from time to time.
23.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Satisfactory completion of ordinary secondary education and fluent in English
and Swahili language followed by:
(a) A valid Class ‘C’ driving (Operator’s) license, and
(b) Not less than 45 years accident-free driving experience.
23.3 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years.
23.4 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- OS 1.
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24.0 RECORDS MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT (Four Posts) Two Dar/Two Mtwara

24.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Maintains all records of file and file movements.
 Opens new files and closes old ones in accordance with established systems
and procedures.
 Ensures smooth movement of files between the registries and operating
officers.
 Ensures that all urgent correspondences are dealt with immediately or on the
indicated dates.
 Ensures that all outgoing correspondences are correctly addressed, referenced,
signed and delivered in time.
 Ensures that all incoming official mail is correctly opened, sorted out, filed,
cross-referenced and directed/ marked to the right operating member of staff.
 Ensures safe custody of file and other documents and that the registry is only
accessible by authorized persons.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior from time to
time.
24.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Diploma in Records Management from a recognized Institution. A
working experience on the related field will be an added advantage.
24.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer literacy is essential;
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
24.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
24.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- GS 1.

25.0 PERSONAL SECRETARY II (Two Posts)

25.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Takes dictation, transcribes by typing.
 Maintains a diary of appointments for the immediate boss, and advises or
reminds him / her about same.
 Receives and answers telephone calls and intercoms giving information to
callers or routing them to appropriate officer / officers.
 Files minutes, correspondences and maintains safe custody of files and other
documents, as directed.
 Liaises with the Administrative Officer responsible for travel arrangements,
hotel bookings and reservations and makes preparations for imprest, travel
warrants, and other formalities as directed by his / her boss.
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 Drafts simple letters and other correspondence of routine nature.
 Performs any other duties as may be assigned to superiors.
25.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a diploma certificate in Secretarial Services with secretarial from a
recognized Institution and has attained typing speed of 50 w.p.m. with
certificate in computer applications.
25.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer literacy is essential;
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
25.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
25.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- GS 1.


26.0 PRINCIPAL SECURITY OFFICER II (One Posts)-Mtwara/SongoSongo

26.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Supervise the prevention patrol of the identified area.
 Initiate and enhance communication between the Department and the
community
 Oversee the external patrol and internal inspection of all TPDC property
and development of a working knowledge of the activity and community on
the post.
 Protection of property.
 Enforce all TPDC rules and regulations.
 Providing non-criminal services to TPDC Community.
 Writing non-criminal reports and witness statements as dictated by their
responsibilities.
 Testifying in any Corporation hearing or criminal court necessitated by
performance.
 Performing any other duties as may be assigned by superiors.
26.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a degree in Security Services or equivalent qualifications from a
recognized institution with 1st class or upper second class. Working
experience in Tanzania Military Services, Police or any forces Operating
under the laws of Tanzania for at least 11 years and three of which at
senior level.
26.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Must be capable of communicating effectively and coherently over radio
channels while initiating and responding to radio communications.
 Must be able to prepare reports using appropriate grammar and
mathematical computations.
 Must have a valid driver's license
 Must pass a psychological and a physical examination administered by
relevant authorities.
 Must be able to communicate with sensitivity and tact and maintain
confidentiality.
 Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability
to develop and maintain mutually cooperative relationships with a diverse
population of staff, visitors and the neighboring community.
26.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years.
26.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 5
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27.0 ACCOUNTANT II (Six Posts)-Two Mtwara/Four Dar

27.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Checks accounting documents and records before and after posting.
 Ensures correctness of accounting record.
 Reconciles various accounts.
 Prepares summaries for joint venture accounts.
 Carries out regular checks on cash transactions.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior from time to
time.
27.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Bachelor Degree in Accountancy from a University or Advanced
Diploma in Accountancy or equivalent qualification from a recognized
institution with 1st class or upper second Degree.
27.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
27.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
27.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 1

28.0 SENIOR FINANCE OFFICER II (One Post)

28.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 To develop and maintain the financial manual of the Corporation and
ensure that it is up to date and transparent.
 To prepare daily, weekly and monthly financial reports.
 To prepare and maintain monthly cash flow projection for the
period of time for which funding is available.
 To prepare the payrolls for the Corporation every month.
 To prepare a fix-asset inventory twice a year in the months agreed by
the Corporation.
 To create, apply and control financial procedures and forms,
ensuring that each transaction and payment has the necessary
approval and justification.
 Compiles budgets and prepares variance analyses.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior
from time to time.
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28.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Bachelor degree in Finance or equivalent qualification from a
recognized institution with 1st or Upper 2nd Class.
Master’s degree in Finance will be an added advantage.
A working experience in the related field will be an added
advantage.
28.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
28.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years
28.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of
TPDC PS 3

29.0 TELEPHONE OPERATOR/ RECEPTIONIST II (Three Post) One DAR/Two
Mtwara

29.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Answers all incoming and outgoing telephone and telefax, calls, messages and
relays the messages to all those concerned.
 Receives and guides all TPDC visitors / clients according to the laid down
procedures.
 Reports to appropriate authorities telephone / telefax faults as soon as they
occur taking note of references for follow-up purposes.
 Raises and maintains visitor’s passes.
 Makes follow-up on repairs of telephone / fax.
 Keeps the reception’s environment conducive / hospitable to visitors.
 Keeps a register of all trunk-calls and fax messages.
 Keeps and maintains the Attendance and outgoing Registers.
 Sorts out bills to distinguish between private and official for billing purposes.
 Keeps the facilities at the reception desk clean and tide.
 Alerts Security Officers / guards of the presence of undesirable visitors.
 Scrutinizes bills to determine the appropriateness of charge and certifies
appropriately.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superiors from time
to time.
29.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of Diploma course in Customer Service or equivalent qualification in
relevant field from a recognized institution
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29.3 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 30 years
29.4 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC - GS 1

30.0 FINANCE OFFICER II (One Post)

30.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 To develop and maintain the financial manual of the Corporation and
ensure that it is up to date and transparent.
 To prepare daily, weekly and monthly financial reports.
 To prepare and maintain monthly cash flow projection for the
period of time for which funding is available.
 To prepare the payrolls for the Corporation every month.
 To prepare a fix-asset inventory twice a year in the months agreed by
the Corporation.
 To create, apply and control financial procedures and forms,
ensuring that each transaction and payment has the necessary
approval and justification.
 Compiles budgets and prepares variance analyses.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by superior
from time to time.
30.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a Bachelor degree in Finance or equivalent qualification from a
recognized institution with 1st or Upper 2nd Class.
Master’s degree in Finance and a working experience in the related field
will be an added advantage.
30.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
30.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years
30.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of
TPDC PS 1

31.0 GEOCHEMIST II (One Post)

31.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Carries out sample collection, description, packing, labelling and
storage of the same.
 Prepares and analyses geochemical samples.
 Carries out regional studies and facies distribution mapping.
 Any other related duties assigned by superiors.
31.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
Holder of a B.Sc. Degree in Geochemistry/Geology with Chemistry or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution with 1st or Upper
2nd Class. Master’s Degree and working experience in the related field will be an
added advantage
31.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
31.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years
31.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS 1.

32.0 PALYNOLOGIST II (One Post)

32.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in sample collection preparation, analysis, and labelling for
stratigraphic dating using pollen assemblages.
 Participates in geological field world.
 Sits on well sites for sample collection and well analysis.
 Any other related duties that will be assigned by superiors
32.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
Holder of a B.Sc. degree in Biology, Geology, Palynology, Botany or equivalent
qualification from a recognized institution with 1st or Upper
2nd Class.
Holder of a Master’s degree in Palynology and a working experience in the related
field will be an added advantage.
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32.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
32.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years
32.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS 1

33.0 GEOLOGIST II (Four Posts)

33.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in preparation of well summary sheets.
 Attends geological field works
 Understudies the geologists and geophysicists in geological and geophysical
data interpretation.
 Attends geophysical data acquisition
 Assist in thin section preparation and microscopic interpretation
 Assists with well site geology.
 Undertakes any other related duties as assigned by superiors.
33.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of a B.Sc. degree in Geology or an equivalent qualification from a
recognized institution with 1st or upper 2nd class OR
Holder of Master’s Degree in Petroleum Geology and a
working experience in related field will be an added advantage.
33.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
Ability to use computers
A Petroleum Geology option at B.Sc. level
Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
33.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35
33.5 REMUNERATION
According to the TPDC Scheme of Service in the salary scale of
TPDC-RS 1
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34.0 GEOPHYSICIST II (Four Posts)

34.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Attends to and assists in geophysical data acquisition
 Attends to and assists in geophysical data processing and
interpretation.
 Attends to and assists in geophysical data management
 Carries out recording of property and crop destroyed during data
acquisition.
 Performs any other related duties as may be assigned by the
superiors.
34.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
The candidate must be a holder of B.Sc. degree in Geophysics, Physics &
Mathematics, or equivalent qualifications from a recognized
university/institution, with 1st or upper 2nd class.
Master’s Degree on the relevant field and working experience will be an
added advantage.
34.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Ability to use computers
 A Petroleum Geology option at B.Sc. level
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
34.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35
34.5 REMUNERATION
According to the TPDC Scheme of Service in the salary scale of TPDC-RS 1

35.0 PETROLEUM ENGINEER II (Four Posts)

35.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Deals with matters pertaining to drilling, well completion and testing.
 Collection of reservoir data from well test results, drilling results and
production data.
 Installation and operation of surface production equipment.
 Assists in reservoir evaluation and simulation.
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned from time to time.
35.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of a B.Sc. degree in petroleum engineering or an equivalent
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qualification from a recognized Institution, with 1st or Upper 2nd class
degree
Master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering and working experience in the
related field will be an added advantage
35.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Oil and gas well drilling, completion, testing and production operations.
 Production monitoring, well maintenance, completion, design, production
logging, test design and analysis, coiled tubing and work-over operations,
electric and slick line operations.
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
35.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35years.
35.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of RS 1.

36.0 SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER II (Two Posts)

36.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Protection of Corporation’s assets and property.
 Ensure formation of partnerships with the community served and takes an
active role in Community Policing and diversity outreach programs as
appropriate.
 Enforce all TPDC rules and regulations.
 Providing non-criminal services to TPDC Community.
 Writing non-criminal reports and witness statements as dictated by supervisor.
 Testifying in any Corporation hearing or criminal court necessitated by
performance.
 Performing any other duties as may be assigned by superiors.
36.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a degree in Security Services or equivalent qualifications from a
recognized institution with 1st or upper 2nd degree class . Working experience in
Tanzania Military Services, Police or any forces Operating under the laws of
Tanzania for at least 6 years.
36.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Must be capable of communicating effectively and coherently over radio
channels while initiating and responding to radio communications.
 Must be able to prepare reports using appropriate grammar and mathematical
computations.
 Must have a valid driver's license
 Must pass a psychological and a physical examination administered by relevant
authorities.
 Must be able to communicate with sensitivity and tact and maintain
confidentiality.
 Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to
develop and maintain mutually cooperative relationships with a diverse
population of staff, visitors and the neighboring community.
36.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 45 years.
36.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 3.

37.0 SECURITY OFFICER II (Three Posts)

37.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Reports all hazardous conditions and physical security problems and admit
authorized people to the premises.
 Performs lock-up responsibilities
 Performs rescue functions in emergencies, such as fires and work in
coordination with Emergency Medical Services and other related agencies.
 Enforce all TPDC rules and regulations.
 Providing non-criminal services to TPDC Community.
 Writing non-criminal reports and witness statements as dictated by their
responsibilities.
 Assisting the Senior Security Officer when called upon.
 Assist with identifying problems to community awareness and communications.
 Performing any other duties as may be assigned by superiors.
37.2 DESIRED PROFESSION QUALIFICATIONS
Holder of a degree in Security Services or equivalent qualifications from a
recognized institution with 1st or upper 2nd degree class Working experience in
Tanzania Military Services, Police or any forces Operating under the laws of
Tanzania for at least 3 years.
37.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Must be capable of communicating effectively and coherently over radio
channels while initiating and responding to radio communications.
 Must be able to prepare reports.
 Must have a valid driver's license
 Must pass a psychological and a physical examination administered by relevant
authorities.
 Must be able to communicate with sensitivity and tact and maintain
confidentiality.
 Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to
develop and maintain mutually cooperative relationships with a diverse
population of staff, visitors and the neighboring community.
37.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years.
37.5 REMUNERATION
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- PS 1.

38.0 MICROPALAENTOLOGIST II (One Post)

38.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Assists in sample collection, labelling storage, and analysis of stratigraphic dating
using microfossils.
 Participates in geological field work
 Sits on well site for sample collection and analysis
 Participates in regional studies
 Perform any other duty as may be assigned by superior
38.2 DESIRED PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
Holder of a B.Sc. degree in Geology, Biology or an equivalent qualification from a
recognized institution with 1st or upper 2nd class
Holder of Master’s Degree in Micropalaentogy and
Working experience in related field will be an added advantage.
38.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
Ability to use computers
A Petroleum Geology option at B.Sc. level
Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili
38.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years
38.5 REMUNERATION
According to the TPDC Scheme of Service in the salary scale of TPDC-RS 1

39.0 SYSTEM ANALYST II (One Post)

39.1 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Responsible for day to day running of computer systems in the Corporation
 Undertakes minor changes to the systems as directed by superior
 Performs system test
 Recommend appropriate software and hardware to be used by Corporation
 Undertakes regular update of software and maintenance of hardware
 Assists in system investigations
 Supervise implementation of new systems
 Perform any other related duties that will be assigned by superiors
39.2 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
Holder of a B.Sc. degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or equivalent
qualification from a recognized institution with 1st Class or Upper 2nd Class.
Holder of a Master’s degree in related field and a working experience will be an added
advantage.
39.3 DESIRED COMPETENCES
 Computer skills is essential
 Excellent writing skills & Communication skills
 Fluency in written and spoken English and Swahili.
39.4 AGE LIMIT
Not more than 35 years
39.5 REMUNERATION:
According to TPDC Scheme of service in the salary scale of TPDC- RS 1

MODE OF APPLICATION
 Interested and suitable candidates should ensure that their
applications along with their curriculum vitae, indicating current telephone
contacts are received by 14th February, 2014.
 Photocopies of relevant certificates and one recent passport size
photograph should be attached with the hand written application letter.
 All application should be directed through Postal Services, Hand Delivery will
not be accepted
 Each applicant should indicate two names of referees.
 Each applicant should indicate the Number and Title of Job Position applied
for and preferred Work Station on the envelope and in the application letter.
 Applicant should not apply in more than ONE position
 All Applicants holding foreign universities certificates should attach TCU
approval certificate.
 Application without relevant documents will not be considered.
 Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
NOTE: Failure to observe any of the above conditions, the application will not be
considered

For more information visit www.tpdc-tz.com

APPLY TO:-

MANAGING DIRECTOR,
TANZANIA PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, BENJAMIN
W. MKAPA TOWER A, AZIKIWE/JAMHURI STREET P.O.BOX 2774,
DAR-ES-SALAAM,
TANZANIA.

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